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The Fort Worth-based Children’s Lighthouse is moving into Arlington.

Children’s Lighthouse is a franchise system for early childhood education and childcare with 50 locations around the country. The new Arlington location will be at 4000 Cascade Sky Drive, in the new Viridian community. The building will be 11,000 square feet over 2.19 acres. There will be outdoor and indoor learning and play areas. The center can accommodate 200 children as young as six weeks to 12 years old. In addition to child care during traditional school hours, after-school programs and summer camps will be available.

The new Arlington Children’s Lighthouse franchise is owned and operated by husband and wife Varun and Navi Sharma. There is no timeline for when the center will be complete.

Fees vary based on the location, but according to care.com, the cost at Children’s Lighthouse in Keller is roughly $182 per week.

According to its website, Children’s Lighthouse advertises as a system with a values-based curriculum, “focused on quality early education and character values.”

Carla Jimenez covers breaking business news and commercial retail development. Born and raised in Euless, she took a detour in the Midwest for a few years, but she’s back in the land of football, barbecue and Dr Pepper.


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